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A Few Good Men (1992)

Tom Cruise is a brilliant but lazy Navy lawyer assigned to defend two young Marines accused of murdering a member of their own platoon...

A Fish Called Wanda (1988)

From the Monty Python stable, an English caper-comedy with a complex plot involving a gang of hopeless misfits who pull off a successful diamond...

A Hard Day’s Night (1964)

The Beatles first feature film was a surprisingly sensational comedy, which revolved around a fictional 36 hours in their hectic schedule during a trip to...

A Kind Of Loving (1962)

Set in an industrial Lancashire town, A Kind Of Loving tells the bittersweet tale of Vic Brown, a young draughtsman who falls for the typist working...

A Man For All Seasons (1966)

King Henry VIII was used to getting his own way and, on those rare occasions that he didn't, he merely used a little persuasive...

A Patch of Blue (1965)

Selina D'Arcy (Elizabeth Hartman in her film debut) is accidentally blinded by her prostitute mother, Rose-Ann D'Arcy (Shelley Winters), at the age of five. She...

A Place In The Sun (1951)

In adapting Theodore Dreiser's An American Tragedy for the screen, director George Stevens was faced with the difficulty of making the novelist's grimly naturalist tale of...

A Safe Place (1971)

Tuesday Weld plays a vulnerable woman who escapes the pressures of New York life into a dream world, courtesy of a magician (Orson Welles). There's...

A Shot In The Dark (1964)

The success of The Pink Panther  (1963) created a new comic favourite in the accident-prone form of Peter Sellers' Inspector Clouseau, so a sequel was inevitable. But this...

A Star is Born (1954)

Judy Garland starred in this musical remake of the 1937 drama of the same name, starring Janet Gaynor and Frederic March. The tried and trusted...

A Star Is Born (1976)

Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson starred in this second remake of the 1937 Hollywood classic, a bittersweet story of the conjunction of rising and...

A Stitch In Time (1963)

Laughs and sentiments mix as Norman Wisdom plays butcher's assistant Norman Pitkin. Norman and Mr Grimsdale (Edward Chapman) are partners in a butcher's shop, which is...

A Taste Of Honey (1961)

  Mousey Rita Tushingham made her screen debut in this ground-breaking movie (a romance of sorts, and a comedy also), playing Jo - the unwanted...

A View To A Kill (1985)

In the frozen wastes of Siberia, hundreds of Russian machine guns fire away at a familiar figure on skis. Yes, it's 007 again, leaping across...

ABBA: The Movie (1977)

Unashamed and supremely slick commercial for the group, maintaining a gentle air of self-parody while at the same time being a celebration of all...

Abbott and Costello Go To Mars (1953)

Having run out of exotic backgrounds on Earth, the duo board a spaceship and think they've landed on Mars when they're in the middle...

Abbott and Costello In The Foreign Legion (1950)

Between meeting Dracula and the Invisible Man, Abbott and Costello took time out to cavort on existing sets on Universal's backlot, but they could...

Abbott and Costello Meet Captain Kidd (1952)

Swashbuckling nonsense as Abbott and Costello go in search of the titular pirate's secret treasure when, as two waiters on the pirate island of Tortuga,...

Abbott and Costello Meet Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (1952)

Robert Louis Stevenson probably spun wildly in his grave over this production as Bud and Lou (as 18th Century American detectives) chase down the...

Abbott and Costello Meet The Invisible Man (1951)

When an innocent boxer (Arthur Franz) is set up and charged for killing his manager, he takes a serum to make himself invisible and escape...